SUN CITY, Ariz. – December 4, 2009—The Veterans Financial Advisory Group, an organization aimed at helping qualified U.S. veterans in Arizona secure the Aid and Attendance (A&A) benefit, will be hosting a holiday open house on Thursday, December 17, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The open house will be held at company’s office headquarters located at 12213 W. Bell Road, #115 in Surprise, Arizona, 85374.
Arizona veterans and their families are welcome to visit the open house, enjoy refreshments, meet other veterans and learn about valuable financial educational resources available to them. During the open house, Veterans Financial Advisory Group will also be collecting new and gently used clothing items for “Operation: Stand Down,” an organization focused on providing clothing as well as legal, housing and other helpful services for homeless veterans as they transition into the work force.
In addition, guests who bring a friend will receive a free gift, and those who bring a piece of clothing will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a gift certificate to a local restaurant.
Founder and President of Veterans Financial Advisory Group Debbie Montgomery Placet formed her company with the mission to educate veterans and their loved ones. Her father dedicated his life to military service, which has fueled her passion for serving those who have served our country. For more than 15 years, Montgomery Placet has worked with retirees regarding their financial needs. She earned her financial planning designation (C.F.P.), at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and her B.A. in Economics at Ohio Wesleyan University. She has studied at Oxford University and the New York School of Finance.
About Veterans Financial Advisory Group
Veterans Financial Advisory Group helps secure the Aid and Attendance (A&A) benefit, also known as the Improved Pension Program, for U.S. veterans in Arizona. Its mission is to educate veterans and their loved ones in need of Aid and Attendance regarding this benefit, thus relieving some of the financial hardships of those living in approved senior communities. To learn more, contact President and Founder Debbie Montgomery Placet at 602-790-6380 or visit www.vaausa.com and click on the Arizona page.